Top products of the week
Welding safety head gear, gas detection and hand protection materials old and new were among the top occupational safety and health products featured on ISHN.com this week.
Radians, a leading manufacturer of high quality Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), launched their spring collection, which includes new hearing, eyewear, and high visibility safety products that rally to multi-colored trends in the safety industry.
Cotton gloves are often forgotten because they aren't as flashy or exciting as high tech fibers. But cotton gloves are comfortable, cool, absorbent, won't leave fingerprints or scratches, and they're 100% biodegradable. Discover why we love cotton work gloves so much.
Process engineers responsible for breweries, other food/beverage plants and the petrochemical industry will find MSA’s ULTIMA X5000 Gas Monitor’s new XIR PLUS infrared sensor provides reliable detection of carbon dioxide (CO2).
Weld-Mask™ 2 is designed to access tight spaces while maintaining compliance and productivity
Miller Electric Mfg. LLC, a leading worldwide manufacturer of arc welding and safety equipment, expands upon its innovative Weld-Mask series with the introduction of Weld-Mask 2 — a first-of-its-kind alternative to traditional welding helmets for the industrial welding market.
Ansell introduces AlphaTec® 58-735: A new innovative solution providing multi-hazard hand protection
Don’t compromise between chemical and cut protection
Ansell, a global leader in safety solutions, announces the launch of AlphaTec® 58-735, a new innovative multi-hazard nitrile glove solution offering an unparalleled combination of both chemical and cut protection, as well as providing exceptional comfort and grip.
National Safety Apparel is proud to offer the DRIFIRE® 4.4™ coverall. At 4.4 oz., the fabric is the lightest weight 10 cal protection available, keeping you comfortable in the heat of the summer. It includes odor control and fast drying moisture management innovation, making it easy to wear in the field on the hottest of days.
Though still a relatively new concept in the world of industrial safety, more and more safety professionals are taking notice of the rising cost of falling objects, the cause of 255 fatalities in the American workforce in 2016 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. As the category of dropped objects prevention evolves, so too do the solutions being offered by pioneers like Ergodyne.